Management – Diploma at level 4
This level 4 Diploma in Management is ideal for managers moving into a middle management position, who still retain responsibility for operational processes but are more removed from the day to day line management duties. This qualification develops the knowledge and skills required to take in higher level responsibilities such as planning and implementing change.
Benefits for individuals
- Develop your core leadership skills
- Take charge of your personal and professional development
- Get the skills to be able to plan and implement an operational plan
- Improve your working relationships
- Get a recognised qualification for your personal development
Benefits for employers
- Middle managers with proven skills in operational management
- A broad selection of optional units to tailor the qualification to suit your organisations’ learning and development needs
- Managers who can assess and manage their personal and professional development
- Promote a culture of organisational learning and development
You’ll need to complete all four mandatory units, as outlined below.
- Manage Personal and Professional Development
- Provide Leadership and Management
- Develop and Implement an Operational Plan
- Develop Working Relationships with Stakeholders
Optional Units include:
- Develop and Maintain Professional Networks
- Encourage Learning and Development
- Initiate and Implement Operational Change
- Discipline and Grievance Management
- Manage a Tendering Process
- Manage Physical Resources
- Manage the Impact of Work Activities on the Environment
- Prepare for and Support Quality Audits
- Conduct Quality Audits
We’ll discuss all the Mandatory and Optional units with you before enrolment, and will decide which ones you take.
What are the entry requirements?
Candidates seeking to undertake this apprenticeship must be able to demonstrate ability equivalent to or exceeding Level 2 in English and mathematics. This requirement may be met through the achievement of Level 2 functional skills, equivalent GCSEs, O Levels, A Levels or AS Levels, or an initial assessment which demonstrates the required ability.
How will I be assessed?
We’ll come to your workplace once every four weeks to carry out assessments.
What progression routes are there?
If appropriate, the learner could progress on to a Level 5 Management apprenticeship.
To check eligibility, contact us on 01702 353557 or email [email protected] for more details.
Under the Government’s Apprenticeship Reforms of 2017, employers have to make a contribution to the cost of training . We’ll discuss and agree this before carrying out an Initial Assessment with each individual learner, which could lead to enrolment if this qualification is appropriate.
If you’re not eligible for government funding or decide the Apprenticeship route isn’t for you, you may be able to apply for the 19 Learning Loan for this qualification at level 4 — please ask us for details or click here for more information.
The Skills Funding Agency is a Co-Financing Organisation with a programme to tackle worklessness and workplace skills issues. To be able to draw down the ESF funds for projects, the skills funding agency needs to be able to fund an equal amount of similar activity from its other budgets – this is known as match funding. Your Apprenticeship may be match funded.